The Truth About Wasabi
Have you ever eaten wasabi? If you answered “yes” to that question, you are likely mistaken. Most sushi eaters—even in Japan—are actually being served a mixture of ground horseradish and green food c...
National Geographic Magazine - Making Soba Noodles
Soba noodles are thin, handmade, and an integral part of Japanese cuisine.
Taste Show - Authentic Chinese Braised Sliced Pork Belly
One of the Most Classic Chinese New Year Dishes 😋🥢
5 Must-Try Japanese Food Experiences in Tokyo
Japanese Food is awesome, and the overall dining experience is just as fun. If you are looking for places to eat in Tokyo, here are five great Japanese food experiences that I love while living in Tok...
10 FAKE Chinese Foods That May KILL You!
China is known for making made fake things but did you know this includes fake foods? Here are some fake and toxic foods found in china that you need to avoi...
The Story of HK Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle: the world's first Michelin starred food stall
In this Michelin Guide Singapore exclusive, we give you an inside look at what's in the mind of the world's very first Michelin-starred street food hawker, f...
How America’s First 3 Star Michelin Sushi Chef Serves His Fish
Rarely does chef Masa Takayama of Manhattan sushi shrine Masa allow cameras into his restaurant. But Eater's Kat Odell scored a seat at his bar to taste thro...
The Ten Commandments of Sushi
My first lunch at Yajima Sushi, in Tokyo, felt more like a kidnapping.
How to Make the Perfect Tempura with Tadashi Ono
Celebrated Japanese chef Tadashi Ono demonstrates how to make the perfect, light and crispy tempura. The secret is in the cake-flour batter, which should be ...
How to survive a Georgian feast
“I had only heard stories about the famous Georgian supra – the traditional feast offered spontaneously to only the luckiest of visitors.”
Pounding Mochi with the Fastest Mochi Maker in Japan
Mitsuo Nakatani is a mochi master, and to watch him do his work is a genuine thrill. Turning sticky rice into Japan’s traditional soft and chewy treat requir...
How to Order Sake - Tasting Notes from A Sommelier
On this episode of Shokunin, sushi chef David Bouhadana visits Shigure, a Tribeca sake bar and Japanese kitchen, for a sake tasting with master sommelier Mon...
The Magic of Dou Jiang
Salty soy milk soup is better than it sounds.
The Cult of the Chopped-Cheese Sandwich, New York's Most Enigmatic Icon | First We Feast
“The chopped cheese is probably a drug-dealer sandwich,” says Harlem-born rapper Bodega Bamz. “It hasn’t really [spread its wings] yet, unlike the Philly cheesesteak, which is more of a trademark. But...
BBC Travel - Inside Spain's secret food societies
Secure an invite to one of these private clubs, and you’ll see how San Sebastian’s proud yet somewhat reserved people open up around the common bond of good food and drink.
Gravlax
Gravlax is a Nordic dish consisting of raw salmon, cured in salt, sugar, and dill. Gravlax is usually served as an appetizer, sliced thinly and accompanied by hovmästarsås (literally steward sauce, al...
Gravlax - Wikipedia
El Cochinillo de Candido – Finally!
Suckling pig – those are magic words to those who have had it. True suckling pig is a rare treat in the United States. It is in Spain too, but there it is a delicacy that is well known and well appre...
Malaysian cuisine
Malaysian cuisine consists of cooking traditions and practices found in the Southeast Asian country of Malaysia, and reflects the multiethnic makeup of its population. The vast majority of Malaysia's ...
Malaysian cuisine - Wikipedia
Mauritian cuisine
The cuisine of Mauritius is a blend of Creole, Chinese, European and Indian influences in the history of Mauritius. Dishes from French cuisine are popular. Former slaves, Indian workers and Chinese mi...
Gambian cuisine
Gambian cuisine is part of West African cuisine and includes the culinary practices and traditions of the nation of Gambia. Common ingredients include fish, rice, peanuts, tomato, black eyed peas, lem...
How to survive a Georgian feast
“I had only heard stories about the famous Georgian supra – the traditional feast offered spontaneously to only the luckiest of visitors.”
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe /zɪmˈbɑːbweɪ/, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers. It is bo...
Zimbabwe - Wikipedia
Pirozhki
Pirozhki (Russian: пирожки, plural form of pirozhok, literally a "small pie"), sometimes transliterated as pyrizhki or pyrizhky (Ukrainian: пиріжки), is a generic word for individual-sized bak...
Pirozhki - Wikipedia
Maafe
Maafe (var. Mafé, Maffé, Maffe, sauce d'arachide (French), tigadèguèna or tigadenena (Bamana; literally 'peanut butter sauce'), or Groundnut Stew, is a stew or sauce (depending on water content) commo...
Maafe - Wikipedia
The Cult of the Chopped-Cheese Sandwich, New York's Most Enigmatic Icon | First We Feast
“The chopped cheese is probably a drug-dealer sandwich,” says Harlem-born rapper Bodega Bamz. “It hasn’t really [spread its wings] yet, unlike the Philly cheesesteak, which is more of a trademark. But...
Psah Chas
103°51′19″E / 13.35382°N 103.85514°E / 13.35382; 103.85514Psah Chas (Khmer: ផ្សារចាស់, literally "Old Market"), is a market in the city of Siem Reap in northern Cambodia. ...